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Dog Biscuit Recipe
My George loves home cooking. He relishes some fragrant bits of leftovers to "spice up" his (vet reccommended) diet. The goes for dog biscuits, as well. For that between meal treat that says "I care." To give your dog home cooking, just follow this Easy Dog Biscuit Recipe. Then get creative! Improvise with leftovers or any healthy ingredients you like. Your dog will appreciate and join in the fun.
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Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipe. (Recipe by Martin, George's Dad).
Variations, Substitutions and Using Leftovers. (This is the fun part.)
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In a large mixing bowl, combine Dry Ingredients: 2c(=cup) white flour, 2c whole wheat flour, 1c dry milk powder, 1c oatmeal (or "Dry Variation," see below), 1c "Healthy Mix" (see below) and 1t(=teaspoon) salt. Mix.
Preheat oven 350 degrees F.
Prepare Liquid Ingredients: Measure 3/4c softened butter, margarine or peanut butter. Blend with 2 eggs, 3T(=Tablespoon) honey (or 2T brown sugar) and add to Dry Ingredients. Mix well with spoon, adding gradually 1c cold water, as needed to obtain workable dough. Finish blending by hand kneading. Dough should be moist, somewhat sticky.
Turn out on floured board. Knead briefly and roll out to 1/4 inch thick.
Cut out dog bones with cutter (Small, 2-1/2 x 1 inch; medium, 4 x 1-1/2 inches or large, 5 x 2-1/4 inches) and arrange on ungreased cookie sheet.
Reform leftover dough. Knead briefly, Roll out as before. Cut out as before.
Continue reforming, rolling and cutting till all dough is cut into dog bones.
Bake 25 - 30 minutes, until quite dry and bottoms browned.
Store in open container to dry and harden 3-4 days.
Variations, Substitutions and Using Leftovers.
Dry Variation. For 1c of oatmeal, substitute any cereal or grain, cooked or uncooked or cooked leftover vegetables. Some suggestions: Corn meal. Any dry breakfast cereal. Meal leftovers including cooked rice, potatoes, any hot cereal, cooked vegetables (chopped). Use your imagination and your dog biscuits will be flavorful and fun.
Healthy Mix is natural health care food for your dog. Use this mix in your dog biscuits and add 1-2 T to your dog's food every day. Your dog's coat and overall health will improve. (NOTE: If some of these ingredients aren't available, just substitute and improvise. It's the LOVE ingredient that makes your dog healthy!)
1-1/2 c Nutritional Yeast (not Brewer's Yeast). Available at Heath food stores.
1c Toasted Wheat Germ.
3/4 c Millers bran (or an all bran breakfast cereal).
3/4 c Lecithin granules. Available at Heath food stores. (From soy beans.)
Credits: Thanks to Steav Bates-Congdon, a favorite guest, who started it all with his Kenya Cookies. And thanks to Bark and Bradley, Gilmanton Iron Works, NH 03837, 603-267-6036 for recipes and dog bone cutters.
Seven Fourpeaks Recipe Pages.
- Quick and Healthy Recipes from Around the World.
- Sushi Recipes (Homestyle)
- Cafe Latte
- 14 Homemade Jam Recipes from our Fourpeaks Old Farm.
- Biscuits From Scratch to go with those homemade jams (Or wild honey).
- 14 Homemade Pickle Recipes.
- George's Homemade Dog Biscuits.
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